April 14, 2024

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Kenyans falter as Zimbabweans dominate Safari Tour action in Limuru

Nyasha Muyambo emerged the victor after carding a three under par 69 for a comfortable five stroke margin of victory, finishing ahead of second placed Visitor Mapwanya and third placed Robson Chinhoi.

Ngige settles for third as Chinhoi wins Uganda Open

Ngige produced a second consecutive under par round to claim a place on the podium, having shot a 67 on Friday before carding home a 71 on Saturday to finish on an overall score of 287.

Kenyan challenge fades in Uganda as Chinhoi smells victory

Uganda’s Ronald Rugumayo is second on the leaderboard with -6 after 54 holes

Indiza, Njoroge lead Kenyan charge at Uganda Open

Four other Kenyans including the legendary Jacob Okello, Robinson Owiti, Njuguna Ngugi and Greg Snow remain with a chance of making the cut in Uganda with round two action set for Thursday.

Jacinta Njeri: Defying odds to scale Golfing charts

15-year old Jacinta Njeri is a beneficiary of the Safaricom Golf tour

Nanyuki's Marion Githinji Crowned Safaricom Golf Series Champion

Playing off handicap 37, Githinji, who had qualified for the finals after winning the Ladies Category during the opening leg in Nanyuki, returned a score of 47 Stableford points courtesy of 23 points in the front nine and 24 points in the back nine to claim the overall title.

Safaricom Golf Series heads to Vipingo for Grande Finale

Over 9,000 golfers participated in the successful tournament that is sponsored by Safaricom featuring in different categories of the sport including corporate and junior tournaments. More importantly, the series featured golf clinics and Outreach programs that were aimed at taking the sport closer to the people as well as introducing it to as many juniors as possible.

Kenya crush Uganda to reclaim Victoria Cup

The final round matches were reduced to a mere formality after Kenya garnered the requisite 13.5 points on day two to reclaim the trophy that they last held in 2018. 

Njau wins Safaricom Golf Tour penultimate round at Royal

Njau maximized every opportunity from her course to card 20 points in the front nine before returning 22 points in the back nine to produce an impressive total of 42 points, beating her closest challengers Wanjiku Maingi and Rebeccah Gikuru on countbac